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Hospital of St John of Jerusalem

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MOLA - 2007

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Table of Contents

6 Conclusions 6.1 The character of St John Clerkenwell 6.2 Further research questions 7 Specialist appendices 7.1 The moulded stone

Headings

Acknowledgements
1  Introduction
1.3 Current knowledge of round­naved churches in Britain
1.4 Circumstances of excavation
1.5 Organisation of this report
1.6 A note on the documentary evidence
2 The archaeological sequence: pre­priory summary
2.1 Geology and topography
3 The archaeological sequence: the medieval period
4 Aspects of the medieval priory
4.1 Foundation
4.2 Architecture
Conclusions
4.3 Layout and development
The Peasants? Revolt
4.4 The roles of the priory
4.5 Diet, health, hygiene and living standards
4.6 Priory residents and personnel
Conclusions
4.7 Industrial and craft activities in the precincts
5 The post­medieval period
5.2 St John Clerkenwell after the Dissolution
7.2 The architectural terracottas
Discussion
7.3 Other stone and ceramic building material
7.4 The wall and ceiling plaster
Discussion
7.5 The pottery
Discussion
7.6 The non­ceramic finds
7.7 The plant remains
Conclusions
7.8 The animal bone
Conclusions
7.9 The fish bone
7.10 The insect remains
7.11 The human bone
1  Introduction
1.3 Current knowledge of round­naved churches in Britain
1.4 Circumstances of excavation
1.5 Organisation of this report
1.6 A note on the documentary evidence
2 The archaeological sequence: pre­priory summary
2.1 Geology and topography
3 The archaeological sequence: the medieval period
4 Aspects of the medieval priory
4.1 Foundation
4.2 Architecture
4.3 Layout and development
4.4 The roles of the priory
4.5 Diet, health, hygiene and living standards
4.6 Priory residents and personnel
4.7 Industrial and craft activities in the precincts
5 The post­medieval period
5.2 St John Clerkenwell after the Dissolution
6 Conclusions
6.1 The character of St John Clerkenwell
6.2 Further research questions
7 Specialist appendices
1.5. Abbreviations used in the catalogues are as follows:
Wt Weight
7.1 The moulded stone
7.2 The architectural terracottas
7.3 Other stone and ceramic building material
7.4 The wall and ceiling plaster
7.5 The pottery
7.6 The non­ceramic finds
7.7 The plant remains
7.8 The animal bone
7.9 The fish bone
7.10 The insect remains
7.11 The human bone

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